Josh Hazlewood Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| An Australian Cricketer, Networth, Career, Records, Relationship

Josh Hazlewood Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| An Australian Cricketer, Networth, Career, Records, Relationship

Facts of Josh Hazlewood Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| An Australian Cricketer, Networth, Career, Records, Relationship

Net worth$5 Million
Date of Birth:1991 January 8
First NameJosh Reginald
Last NameHazlewood
Age:33 years old
Birth Nation: Australia
Height: 6 Feet 5 Inch

A popular Australian cricketer, Josh Reginald Hazlewood has an estimated net worth of $5 million as of 2023. Josh is popularly known for the pace and accuracy of his bowling.

Josh Hazlewood

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Income Source of Josh Hazlewood-

Josh has earned every bit of his income from his career as a cricketer. According to several sources, it is reported that Josh's retainers fee for representing the Australian National Team for the year 2022-23 is around AUD 1.6 million whereas he gets paid $18,000 per game in Test, $7,000 per game in ODI, and $5,500 per game in T20I. Talking about Josh's earnings from the IPL, out of the 14 IPL seasons, Josh has only played in 5 seasons of the tournament. A detailed list of his IPL salary over the years with different teams is as follows-  

  2023   Royal Challengers Bangalore    77,500,000
  2022  Royal Challengers Bangalore  77,500,000
  2021  Chennai Super Kings  20,000,000
  2020  Chennai Super Kings  20,000,000
  2014  Mumbai Indians  5,000,000

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Assets and Properties of Josh Hazlewood-

Josh's house swimming pool

Josh currently lives in a house in Sydney’s lower north shore in the quiet suburb of Hunters Hill which he purchased in the year 2016 for a total amount of $3.8 million. Josh's house consists of 4 bedrooms and a swimming pool too. The details regarding Josh's cars and other assets have not been revealed yet.

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The Career of Josh Hazlewood-

Josh Hazlewood made his international debut in the year 2010 against EnglandHe made his T20I debut against West Indies on 13 February 2013 and achieved figures of 1-36 in 4 overs. His career-best figures of 4-30 in a T20 came against England.

His Test match debut for Australia took place at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on 17 December 2014 against India. In the first innings, he took 5 wickets while conceding 68 runs. He was also part of the Australian squad during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, contributing to their triumph by picking up 4 wickets in the quarter-finals against Pakistan. In November 2015, Hazlewood made history by becoming the first player to be awarded the Player of the Match in a day-night Test match. He took the first-ever wicket in a day-night Test by dismissing Martin Guptill through lbw. Additionally, he secured the first five-wicket haul in day-night Test cricket history, with figures of 6 for 70. He achieved 50 career wickets in his 12th Test, surpassing the likes of Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath, and Mitchell Johnson in terms of speed.

During the first ODI against New Zealand in January 2017, Hazlewood had an unusual innings. He formed a 54-run partnership with Marcus Stoinis for the tenth wicket without facing a single ball, lasting 26 minutes. Hazlewood's impressive performance continued with nine wickets in the Champions Trophy, leading him to top the ICC ODI bowlers' rankings. In April 2018, Cricket Australia awarded Hazlewood a national contract for the 2018-19 season. He was also included in Australia's squad for the 2019 Ashes series in England, playing in four out of the five matches and taking 20 wickets with an average of 21.85.

Josh celebrating after taking a wicket

During the first Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series 2020-21 against India, Hazlewood took his 200th Test wicket. As of 19 December 2020, he ranks as Australia's 17th-highest Test wicket-taker. In August 2021, he was selected in Australia's squad for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup, becoming the first bowler to be ranked among the top 10 in all three formats (Test, ODI, T20) in the ICC rankings. Hazlewood was chosen for Australia's squad in the 2021-22 Ashes series, where he played in the first Test match in Brisbane, taking three wickets and making two catches. In November 2022, he was named the stand-in captain for a rested Pat Cummins during the second ODI against England. Josh isn't the fastest bowler but he normally averages around 87-88 mph quite consistently.

Talking about Hazlewood's bowling stats in all 3 major formats as of May 2023, a detailed list is given below-  

1. ODI   108 25.61

2. TEST 

 222 25.83

3. T20I

 58 20.36

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Personal Life and Family of Josh Hazlewood-

Josh with Cherina

He was born on January 8, 1991 (age 32 years) in Tamworth, Australia. Josh is the son of Trevor Hazlewood (Father) and Anne Hazlewood (Mother). Josh has two siblings, Casey Hillier, and Aaron Hazlewood. Josh dated Cherina Murphy Christian for a long time until 2019 when they got engaged. Josh and Cherina prefer keeping their relationship private. 

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Josh Hazlewood's: Engagement in Online World-

Josh is socially active on different social media platforms. He is followed by 40k followers on Instagram.

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